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Michigan Oil Spill Victims Voice Concerns and Frustrations

3/9/2011 // By Beth Wallace

If you’re from the Great Lakes region, chances are you’ve dipped your toes in the cold waters of Lake Superior, watched the sun set over Lake Michigan or fished off a pier in Lake Huron. The Great lakes offer so […] Read more >

Kalamazoo River Enbridge Oil Spill

NEW REPORT – Tar Sands Pipeline Safety Risks – Highlights Great Lakes Pipeline Concerns

2/16/2011 // By Beth Wallace

If you thought last summer’s oil spill madness was bad, it looks like that was just the tip of the iceberg - especially here in the Great Lakes. According to a report that was released today by the National Resource Defense Council, […] Read more >

Video: Helping to Save the Great Bear Rainforest

2/11/2011 // By Beth Wallace

Check out this video: I am explaining to residence of Vancouver, British Columbia, that Enbridge has made promise that they are not going to keep. Read more about how Enbridge is starting to back pedal on their legal liability around […] Read more >

Enbridge starts to back pedal – As Michigan Oil Spill Clean-Up Costs Rise

2/1/2011 // By Beth Wallace

Enbridge continues to lose credibility after denying legal responsibility for the biggest Midwest oil pipeline disaster in history. Why are we not surprised? Six months after the Kalamazoo River oil spill, Enbridge is starting to deny legal liability for costs related to […] Read more >

Pipeline Threatens First Nations in British Columbia

1/26/2011 // By Beth Wallace

Helping our neighbors in the ‘Great White North’ keep tar sands pipelines from destroying another wilderness. Tribal First Nations across British Columbia are being asked to give up their land, risk the health of their rivers and food, and jeopardize […] Read more >

PA Official Resigns Over Spying on Enviros

10/7/2010 // By Tony Iallonardo

Pennsylvania’s oil and gas industry is notoriously reckless on safety, ranking 6th worst in the  U.S. according to a recent National Wildlife Federation report, but somehow it was environmental advocates who were targeted by state level homeland security officials. The […] Read more >

Happening Now: NWF Testifies on Enbridge Oil Spill Impacts

9/15/2010 // By Jennifer Janssen

Watch now as Andy Buchsbaum and Beth Wallace from NWF’s Great Lakes Regional Center testify in front of the House Transportation and Intrastructure Committee in a hearing on the Enbridge oil spill. Watch the live webcast by clicking “Watch Now” […] Read more >

Oil Pipeline Breaks Keep Coming

9/10/2010 // By NWF

UPDATE 4:41pm: Reuters now reports the pipeline hasn’t stopped spilling & that the rate could be up to 25,000 gallons (600 barrels) of oil per hour. An oil pipeline owned by Enbridge Inc. broke on Thursday in a suburb of […] Read more >

Michigan Oil Spill Disaster: It’s the Smell that Hits You First

7/29/2010 // By NWF

As soon as I heard that over 800,000 gallons of crude oil had rushed from a broken pipeline into the Kalamazoo River in Michigan, only a few hours from NWF’s Great Lakes Regional Center, I grabbed a camera and headed […] Read more >